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7/ 23, 1964 JeweB C~. EeeortL Mankat~. E. U. B.-Methodist Merger Discussed 1 Rev. Merton Zeisset, pastor of |t e E. U. B. Churches m Jewe, ~and Man'kato, was guest speaker at the ~Wcdn~_sday evening meeting l ] cf the Harmony Methodist Men's ~ _ HIIlIBRRJ supper. The Methodist Men were RATE CARD a year in Jewell County Shrrou,,:ing counties (Smith, Mitchell, Cloud, and Re- counties m Kansas; and ana Webster counties in a year elsewhere ad rates: : per word first week first week 50c); 2 cents for each week after first 25c per week for each after first). display ads. 70c per inch. of Thanks: per line. at once when they have are ~sked tO notify of address. IEFRIGERATION Sales & Service Phoue HA 8-3255 JFWELL PLUMBING & HEATING For I?ant' 2-Dearoom botme, -- F R. Fa;r 18tl MA~KATO GREENHOUSE VIVI&N MOON Flowere for all Oeea~letw We Telegraph Flower~ ~hosae FR 8-3972 47tf Cot, spool and ~p~tc Tank Cle~n- tn~ -~ Jewell Plumbing & Heating. HA 8-325.", Jewell, Karts. t6tf III Irr i ' _ Long Term FARM LO/~NS h~sts to the E. U. B. Men and the SICK? And fired of your Health Insurance costs going UP- UP - UP? If so, Prompt Service CHAS. T. NICHOLS contact Mankato, Kansas 24tf BOB HANCHETT Apartment f~r rent -- F.R. 201 No. Bell Fair. .... 15tf] Beloit, Kansas For a good trade aliowanee on[ 32t6 , Atlas, tires and batteries, see[ .... ~ ........... .am oerry s Standard Service, Man- I 46U kato. 14ff ] ..... For a good trade allowance on Ex Drilling, DiShing, Atlas tires and batteries, see cavating. We are exper- Jerry's Sm*ndard Service, Man- in these lines, Our motto i~ kato. 14tf de " _ al . -- Jean D. Fearing, For Rent: Apartments, furnished JU 7-3714, Burr Oak, Kans. and unfurnished. - J. A. Carpenter, 49tt Menkato, Phone FR 8-3652. 22tf SEPTIC TANK CESSPOOL & CONSTRUCTION Cisterns, Pier-Holes Trench Digging Gas & Sewer Lines Tank & Cesspool Cleaning &SON [ 7-2860 - Bellevflle, ~. Wanted: Wheat milo, corn stalks Collect. 15'd for pasture. -- Bud Hills. 21tf Tires, Batteries and Accessories. No down payment, 12 months to a good trade allowance on pay. -- Je,.~'s Standard Service. tires and batteries, see [ 23ff Standard Service, Man-]" 14~f Help Warned: At the Wilbeck Rest Home. -- Call Administraor, Sale: Blair Feeder Wagons, 5x8, 4x12 and 5x12 sizes on to go. We have a on 1 Blair 100-bu. Spreader, PTO drive, Over $150.00 less ~han okher brand on the market. Impl. Co., Osborne, Kant., 29t4 Needle Singer Sewing i Does Fancy Zig-Zag, Buttonholes, Hems, Over- Guaran,teed. Assume 9 pay- of $4.07. Cash Discount Credit Manager, Box 91, C,en,ter, K~ns. 30t~* Iron.ing to do in my hru~. Eva Hii~Mey, Phone 30t3 Sale: Alfalfa hay. -- Harold Phcme FR 8-3527. 30~t~ Registered Daschund pup~ sale. ~hone FR 8-3104. Ed Fr~lk, Mar~ka~o, Kansas. Gifts, Luggage, Radio% Furniture, Small Ap- pliances, Wall Paper, Paint, Linoleum, Unfinished Furniture KORB'S THRIFT FURNITURE Burr Oak Vaeancy for man on dowr~tmrs I floor. -- W~lbeck Rest Home. 21ff Ola C. Wilbeck. 19tf -'%r~:~, ~ -. FOR SALE '38 IHC Pickup ....................$45.00 Runs '49 Ford ~ Ton .................. $45.00 No Run '30 Model A Pickup ........ $100.00 Did Run '52 Ford 6 Tudor ................... $145 Stick Shift '50 Chev. 6 Tudor .................. $175 P.G. - Overhauled '55 Ford V-8 Fairlame .......... $385 Recen O~erhaul '55 Ford V-8 ~ Ton ............ $595 Flat Bed '58 Ford 6 Forflor .................. $595 Stick Shift '59 Ford V-8 Tudor .............. $895 Stick Shift '60 Falcon Tudor .................... $895 DeLuxe Interior '60 Ford 6 Tudor ..................$895 Stick Shift '60 Ford 6 Pickup ................ $1245 4~Speed '63 Galaxie 500 Tudor ...... $$445 390 - Stick Shift COMING SOON Several Good Used Pickups SCHUETTE MOTOR CO. Exclusively FORD Lebanon, Kansas 1 III V~ each new or renewal s~bscr~ption to the Jewell County Record, you can purchase a Jewel~ County Atlas for 50c, .While they last. - When new this Atlas sold for $3.00 For Sale: Al~aKa hay in stack. -- Dale Maha~fy. 31,~ For Sale: Get your Oxygen and Acetylene and Weld'ing Supplies from Wau~=~h Oi:l & Gas Co. 31ff MAN WITH CAR ~o work 9 hours daffy, 6 days week, to reV1ace, one who didn't. Age 25-40 marrted, must be se~ manager. -- Write Box 42, Saline. SOON! MANKATO SALES. Bank Financ- On 36 H~gh~v~y, Ma, nk~ot~ for Aaubi~ious Man test for sales work. Wilt success~ appli~a at $90.00 See Mr. Carpenter, Jan. 29, M. Motel, Coneordda, a~ 332tlOr Mixed pups, 6 to 10 delivered. -- J~ck LaDow. Sale: Landrace service age Che~ter E. Nelson, ~m~s. 321 :SrINET P|ANO BARGAIN a responsible party we this buy can't be equ~- Just assume smM1 10 year guarantee plus policy. For inspection, Office, Joplin Piano Mo. 321 * .real bargain in five 25-ft. ear- 'lots on pavi~g. Fine Ioca.ion residence. --J. E. Van Meter. 32tl GENERAL HAULING-RUBBISH "NOW" IS THE TIME TO INSULATE YOUR HOME Guaranteed Fibre Wood Cululose Insulation A Complete Line of S~orm Windows and Doors. Write Box 145, BeHeville, Kay., or call JA 7.5095. E & E HOME IMPROVE- MENT CO. 30t4 II I I II III I IIIII .",W IR - I FEEDWAGONS | A size for every feeding operation. DOWNS IMPLE. CO. | Ph. 454-3511 Dow~s0~3Kans. I i~ .... ~kr '~ I II Ill __~-2:_ _ ................ L FARM MASTER -- An Amazing Package Policy! (Saves You Money) It protects farm agains.t: 1. Fire & Lightning 2. Wind & Haft 3. Glass Breakage & Vandalism 4. Personal Prsperty Loss 5. Livestock by dror~rning, light- ning, gunshot & wild anfmais. 6. C~ers machinery; grain, to~ls, etc. 7. Even includes complete per- so~al & residence liability & medical t~aymen ts, There's so much coverage in one policy, see your Farm Bu- reau Agents for full exp'Mnation. CiEO IIILTGEN General Agent WAYNE OWEN Special Agent Ph. FR 8.3611, Mank~to, Kans. 32tf For Sale: Loose alfalfa; Sa~go silage. -- Ralph O. Johnson, For-: moso, Phone 794-2247. 31.2" Wanted: Work of any kind, pre- ferably auto mechanic or farm hand. -- Contact Mrs. Blacl~wood at Coffee Shop. 31tf Clearance Sale: Pian,os, Organs, Band Instruments. Many models and finishes. New styles, some old- let ones. Wilt trade, give terms and save you money. ~ Hastings Piano Co., Hastings, Nebr. 31t3 For Sale: A registered Angus bull. -- Harold B.othwel~, Hardy, Nebr. Phone Webber PL 3-4230. 31tl Wanted To Buy: Authentic An- tiques. -- Velda L. Sothers, An- tiques, ~ 4-2591, Court]and. 31ff For Sale: Gilts. Hemp sow and 10 p~gs. -- George or Quincy Sills, Montrose, Phone Formosa 794- 2383. 30ff WANTED: You to come to Big Sale at J/h.M2ES ~IA:)THING - IN J~L. 32~1 For Sale: One r~ice formal, can be used as dinner dress, li@ht beNe, - size 9. ~ Mrs. Lyle Reece. 32- For Sale: 500 bales of prairie hay. -- Raymond Woriek, Burr: Oak. 3~t2" For sale: One-story seven-room house. New sid~r~g, insulated. ~; Wm. P. Dillon, Phone JU 7-4695, Burr Oak ~t2* For Sa~e: Me~al overhead d~,0r, 8x~. -- Frederick FR 8-34~. For Sale: 95 pigs, been weaned 3 weeks. -- Gerald F. Thompson. 32',2* ___ For Sale: Farms. I have 3 or 4 ~ood modern farms located on sur- faced ~igh~ays. A,lso some p~s~ure lawd. -- C. L. McCarty, Es~n, Kans. 32~2" For Sale: Gcod u~d Jeeu. ~0~act Bob Ellenz, Tipton, l~h0~.~. 373-4175. _ 321" 72o~1, Freeport, Ill. - 321" For SMe: Modern h~use in Man- kate, -- Grace Jenkins. 32~f ,~.--~ -. ? Call BILL WEINEL FR 8-3502 - Mankato I KISSINGER REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE l 5-room one story modern house fenced and well w~tered I in Jewel~. Possession. acre pasture. resi~ial building ~iSe in[ Improved 80 in A~hens To~n- [ s~hip. 240 with good wheat ] Improved 280 acres o~ good .road Close ~o Burr Oak. I M~dern house. 65 acres .i~r~g~d, lots aer~m street east Of lwith more avM~le. Possessd~m AT ~:! March I ~ ~nn on ~ program centered on the forthcom- ing un,i,on between the ~wo churches. Rev. Zeisset, servi.r~g many years in the E. U. B. Church, and h~ving been a participan,t in ~he Un~ion of the Evar~gelic~l CA~u':ch and the United Brethren Church, spoke with great effect of the imporlance of union, i~s mean~g and its ef- fect. Union beVwecn the two churches is not alarmed officially unt,fl 1968, thot~gh some unions on :he l~:al level have occurred. The E. U. B. Church a{. Bel~it is join- ing the Methodist Church there, ~s an e~ample. Roy. Da;le Smith, E. U. B. lMin,~ster to Ionia and Beloit serves now ~ an Associate to the present Methodist Minister in Be- loit, as welt as pastor at Ionia. Rev. Zeisset pointed out that ~he earning union gave hope and chance to grow for small churches with predominan,fly older mem- bers~for younger members will not feel as though ~hey were alone in their age group. Many details bare yet to be worked out, and local level plans have yet to be made, but the union is looked for- ward to with hope and joy. Wayne Blaylock is President of The Me'&ed4~ Men, a~d instigated ~he program enjoyed by all who attended. The Galilee Circle, un- der Mrs. Newel] Davis' direction, served the meal. l:~ans were an- nounced for the an,nual Men's Pan- cake Supper to be served on Feb. 1st. ~Iontrose Youth Plan Programs The Montrose Youlh Fellowship vere guests of Jim Tyler at hks ham,e, Sunday evening. Jim pre- i sented ghe Drogv,am dealing with the inEuence of newspapers, mag- azines, telev~.en and movies and how one's Chrisitan poin~ of view can overcome the errors and un-: trt~ths and other matters sometirne~ preser~t in these medi~. Kay Demo- soy, Youth Fellowship President, ,direeted the p]~nniI~g cf the braI- ance of the year's lea ~hes--the prc~grams and hos~s for the months ahead She wi.ll be host to the Feb. 2 meeting. ,Mrs. Robert Clearwater of Wic~h- i~a arrived Tuesday for a visit at the home of her uncle, George Huntington, and to be present for the 70th wedding anniversary which M:r. and Mrs. Huntingten will celebrate with an open house at their home Friday, Jan. 24. Mr. and M~s. Gera}d Kier and family v~ited Sunday at the home of their daught~i~nd family, Dr. and rMrs. Ro~f~:~l~3i~ter, at Mi~ den, Nebr. 'l~hey r~en~ly moved into a target home which they bought a,hd remodeled. Bi,!l Ramey and a friend. Doug- la~ Dedo of Detroit. Mich., who both attend the U~iversity of Kan- sas, w~il.I spend Thtursday at 1he home of Bfl~l's parent,s, Mr. and Mrs. C~ar]es ~mey, and go on to Aspen, Colo., to ski during the semester vacation. V ALLEY VIEW ~y MRS. C. SUMMERS Mr.. and Mrs. "John Ferg~xon zpem ~hursclay with Mr. and Mrs. IXale Crispin. iMr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber and /~vin visited Sa,~rday even, L~g at the Fred Webber home in Superior. :Mrs.. Gladys Herrnmrm visited Friday a~ternoan wi~h Mrs. Ella Summers. Tommy l%atbbun spen Sunday night wi~h Kermeth Heitznan. Mr. and Mrs. Pau~l Ratl~bun spent Monday evening at the Jim Healey home near Hardy. wh~ Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed, have been stayh~ a the Lloyd Reed home during Mrs. Reed's ill- ness, went to their honae in Salina Saturday. Mrs. Alfred Ro~ of Ma~kao ca~led Saturday afternoon at ~he Myron In.termil~ tmme. '.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece had as their supper guests Sunday,,r evening: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tip- ton andmra family and Mr. and Mrs, Perry Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber e~lied Friday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Glen Imler. Mr. and Mrs. A~lie Wi4son and Mr. and Mrs. C~arles Russell vis- ited Sunday ~ftern~on wit~ Mr.: and Mrs. IAoyd Reed. iMr. and Mrs. Leo Dl~ckston': and Kelly and Dwayne Crispin were Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Crispin h~ne. Mr. and M~s. Perry Roe oa'tled Sunday aftenaeon on Mrs. Eli: Surrmm~. Miekey Bhlers, Nancy Careen. and Carol Smith of SulJerior spent Sur~day afternoon with l~ari]yn Red,an. Sandm Wilson of Mankato spent Saturday and Sunday with her g rand~aren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Ll~l l-teect__ 'Mrs. W~l,]a Anderson of James- town called Wednes4ay ai%ernoan on Mrs. Dale Cr~=pin.?ri=, aaertha arid Ol~ga And4~on of Superior visited Sunday afterr~oon with R~t,h Re, bun. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Myers sptnt Frid~ay a~ the Dwig~ht Marr home. iJ/~arilyn l~a~bun was a Stmday e~enir~g guest of Jean, ie Gray in ~ ~ .... Mr. an, t.;rzspm arm Mrs. Ella S~nda~ ~v~,i.g l~me ~fary Friends are invited to call 3 to 5 and 6 to 8 o'clock Jan, uary 24th obsevre our 70th anniversary. No! gifts please. -- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huntington Dan Leonard's 60th Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Dan Leonard will celebrate their 60~ wedding an- niversary 26th of January at the Christian Church parlor from 2 to 4:30 p. m. Everyone is welcome. Joyce Thomas Schwab Joyee Lee Thomas Schwab, dan~hler of Kenneth ,and Nellie Thomas, was born 1V~ay 3, 1945 a Beloit, Kansas and departed this life in Salem, Oregon December 21, 1963 at the age of 18 years, 7 months and 18 days. The first 12 years of Joyce's l~fe were spent near Ionia, Kansas where She attended school, moving to Witliamina, Oregon wi~h her parents. She attended school there for three years, then m0~,ed to Salem, finishir~g her hig~h school education. She was planned to enter IBM School at the time of her accidental deafla. On June 7, 1962 Joyce was mar- ried to DonMd Schwab o~ Salem Oregon. She is survived by her parents, a bro~dher, Richard; sister, Shirley; sister-in-law, Cryvta]; brother-in- law, Alert Hegney; one niece and ~wo nephews; ~lso several unOles, aunts and cousir, s. Funeral services were held Dec. 26. 1963 at Ridden Funeral C, ha- pel. Burial at City View Ceme- tery. at S~lem. Pall bearers were John Dietz, Paul Dietz, Leland Cook, Roy Perch and Oscar Lee. CARI') OF THANKS We wish to express our most sin- cere ~han~s ~o aH who sen~ flowers, cards arid letters in our time o,f sorrow in the loss of cur dat~ghter and sister, Joyce Lee. Your kindness will alvlays be re- membered. May God Bless each One of you. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Richard Them,as ai~d family Mr. and Mrs. Alert Hegney and Douglas. United Cerebral Palsy Mankato FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY j January 24-25-26 TP,',~ ".~:?.AZII'IG STORYOFA LITTLE ~'Y ft?'~ . '- .:,~ FABULOUS UNDERWATER ::: -,",:'~ I (: ii .: :i/~!;: iI: ( i)~!i~,i~ {QI () ii :L=~ i~()'~i ~iiii ii~ i~))ii~, ) iii, i~ ! ~E WONDERFUL STORY OF A BOY/~HD ;J~;'~.lNG UNDERWATER FRIENDI /i )>i i(:!i ,% METROCOLOR *:' "CHUOK CONNORS LUKE"""" HALRN "" FUPPEx sper~t Tuesday with his Mr. and Mrs.. IN Snyder. '! (~ ii cousin iMr. and Mrs. Edwin Dun~tan Heavy smokin,g during preg-Ellis Joe a~cl Eleaa and Mrs. Ran- nancy increases the 1.ikedihoed of aid InternaiI1 were callers on premature birth, expectant Sunday a~ernoo~ on their parents, mothers are warned in a phamplet Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder. just issued by the Un.ited Cerebral Our assessor, RMph Anderson~ is PaE~y As~ocitions. Prematurity, it around makiv~g his yearly visit. points out, is an important eausa- ':ire factor in cerebral palsy. Driver's License ~.xaminer The ptmn~lY'let, ~itled "D o's and Will Visit Jewell County : Don't for the Most Important Nhm Mor~ths in Any 1Vo,ther's Life" is beir::g distributed as a public ser- vice by UCP affili, ales throughout the country. Dr. Brewster S. Milter, medical diredtor o~ the voluntary heMth i0rganization, and director of its research program, said ~t a re- cent study supported by the UCP Research and Education,a(l F~mda- tion and the Federal Gavermnen's N, ati;nal In.stitute for Neurological Diseases and ~Blindness sh~ed that over cne~ha~ ef the in- dividuals born with one of Vhe more coramon forms off cerebral palsy (spastic paraplegia in which both legs are affected) had been Cigarette smoking histories ob- ained from pren~atal interviews with 2736 women in Batim~re who were delivered of single live- born irffant~ ~howed that the per- maturity rate for smokers w~ 18.8 percen compared to 11.2 per- cent for n, on~mokers. Speaking before a recent no- Feb. 5 & 19 Driver's License Examiner, Merlin Stel~herrs, of Smith Cenler will be in Mm~k'at0 Feb. 5 and 19 H( ME '/'OWN I'I'EMS ~y HO~,IE TOWNEB 2~Ion., Jan. 19--A beau,tiful, sun- ny day. Temperature 25 above at 7:00 A. 2L, wi,th the weatherman offea-ir~g as 40 to 60~ by mid-day. No wir~t. Moisture in some form is badly needed. Mr. and Mrs. I~an Warren and IV~argo spe~t Fri, day evening with the C. V. Warrens. ~Ir. and Mrs. Wil~lis Sharkey came down fr~rn ~a~t~ on Fri- day and sper~t the week-end wih frienc~ m~d reMtives. They spenrt Friday and Saturday night at t~e Ranch Wi.l, liams home and visited at ~e homes of ~vI,rs. Detia Heldt, ~Mr. ~ Mrs. Floyd Davidson, Mr. surgery. :; The Evangelical United : 9:30 'Morning "The Peculiar Ones"; ticipating in the Youlh service. i0:30 Church School; Ozmun, superimendem. W~y, 6.'30, Y~th quet at the Rev. Don Skou~, speaker, : .Mrs. Lirm~t Hutchinso~ of River. South Da,lcota, is here vN~ ing her mother, Mrs. Sara a~d other relatives. Hutchinson and her sist~, cGuy Ca~er, made a : emer mxl Core, Ishmael, ~ebr. Mrs. :: accompanied ,her for a visit in tional corfferenee of United Palsy in Chiea,go; Dr. Rioh~ard L. Mas- land dire, c~r of the Nl~tiona~ In- stitute for Neurological Diseases & :Blin.dness. said ~hat ",the likelihood of prem~u~iy is sign4fieanly in- creased by heavy smoking durir~g pre, Tnaney." -- Mm. Dean Fogo. Cerebral Pa,l=.~y Co. Chairman WEST MARSH "*~ %|I' V%l'}tli;Ik ,{%l,%\VF)tt|l ,3/It. l~ger Zirrmaer and Judy M~lroy were married Sire- day afternoon at ~ae 3,Ie~odi~t Church at I~andett. They bare a ~raiier house a}l ready for thexn to rn~ve into. We extend cor~gra- tutatioras .to fl~is fine couple and a're glad they are not leaving this cammtmity. Mr. and Mrs~. Bob Campbell of Topel~ came Saturday evening & werg hack Sunday afternoon. They Clone to a,t~end her brother, Roger Zimmer's wedd'.~g. iMr. and Mrs: M~_.x Berry, C~r-i ~, W~le and Joel spent Satur- r i~. our home. Mrs. Berry andI galled on her "grandmother, Ylrs. A. W. Horn Saturday afCer- noon. A large crowd attended the sale of Mrs. Bess W, artsOn's estate on and Mrs. Jack L~vewe~l, and with Ray Parsons, Mrs. Elsie ::;:; Mr. and Mrs. C~ Smith in and Mr. and Mrs. ~ Pav~, : Courtland. They were en, tertai~md I Ci~dy and Curtis. : a a dinner $42~:~y in Superior[. the home ~ M~.. St~. key's.cou~ _ ,Eas~ Un~on Card ic~,,ty WaS ms, ~wr. a n~ Mrs. no ram uavmson. _SO_tur~lay, Jan. II, ~he h~ Leonard Leech, drove trp from2VLr.. and Mrs. Ray Die~z Independer~ce, Kai~sas Friday af-la~. Mrs. George ternoon and stayed Friday night at f Pmzes were won. by Pat~l ~he hra~/ne Of Mr. and Mrs. Kermy J~ra. Fri~ S~m.ffer, Berg of Mamhat~an. Saturday lSha~fer and Mrs. Mm, k Mt~'ra~ morning, Mrs. Berg oa~e to Lo~e-I'rne next caned ~ w~ be we~l with him to visit her mother ]25 .with Mr. and M.~. ff~m Mrs Delia Held~t Leormvfl visil.ed |hosts. his mo~her Mrs. C~at Warren, t and his brother, Laurence Lcece~ ~riends of Mrs. Geese of Superior, on S~ur~ay an~ spen,t Wil~l be hazy ~o k,,mav 1 Saturday r~ight and Sunday mo~n- ~vas a.ble to come home Jng at the Quentin Leece home. Omeo~ka hospital They returned to Maa~aStan ~un- day afternoon. ! Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sharkey, '~VIr. and Mrs. Rai~th Wi~l~ams, Mrs. Ida Ross, Dolia Held~ and Nolana Be2g attended the sale of the Mrs. Bessie Watson household goods in Formosa, Saturday" afternoon. ~Mr. m~d Mrs. Que~Vin Leece, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Br~driek, Mr. and Mm. Merle File, Mr. and Mrs. Br~tee Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- lard Billing, Mr. arm Mrs. Ed ~/l]arr, Mr. and (M~. Chre Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamor~d, Mr. and Mrs. Fxl Diamond and Mr. and h~_.~. Bernard Blair were Saturday ~igh~ grueSts of Mr. arid Mrs, Ch@ erme Jensby at a Pinochle party, ~Ir. awd Mrs. I~h I~1ec1 and A BIO F, fLU Satur